dualistic system definition

  • adjective:
    • a classic concept, originated by Lavoisier and produced by Berzelius, that most definite substances tend to be binary in their nature, and contains two distinct constituents, by themselves easy or complex, and possessed of opposite substance or electric affinities; -- superseded by later advancements in chemical bonding principle, especially quantum mechanics.
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